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FX round-up: Sterling endures tough time after Macron cheer boosts euro

(ShareCast News) - Sterling had a tough time on major crosses, tumbling against a resurgent euro after centrist and pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron won the first round of France's presidential election.
[24 Apr '17 18:38]

FX round-up: Pound, US dollar find slight safe haven bid at end of the week

(ShareCast News) - Friday saw the pound weaken a tad against the dollar but flirt closer to the 1.2 euro level that has been playing hard to get since June, with the single currency also on the backfoot against the greenback although it too ended higher for the week.
[21 Apr '17 18:22]

FX round-up: Corbyn manifesto against moral corruption boosts pound

(ShareCast News) - Talk that Labour might push for personal income tax hikes in the upcoming general elections and combative language from Jeremy Corbyn gave the pound a fillip.
[20 Apr '17 17:29]

FX round-up: Some analysts diverge in their outlook for the pound

(ShareCast News) - Cable fell prey to profit-taking on Wednesday as traders pondered the next move in the pair, alongside remarks from rate-setters on both sides of the Atlantic which highlighted the policy divide between the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank.
[19 Apr '17 15:52]

FX round-up: Sterling leaps as markets mark down political uncertainty

(ShareCast News) - Sterling shot higher as analysts said snap elections increased the chances that the UK would not crash out of the European Union, thus helping Westminster clinch a more benign outcome for the economy.
[18 Apr '17 16:20]

FX round-up: Sterling turns in poor performance as Trump jaws the dollar lower

(ShareCast News) - Sterling turned in a poor performance on a raft of key crosses ahead of the long Easter weekend, with US President Donald Trump earlier jawboning the US dollar down after saying he believed it was too strong.
[13 Apr '17 18:45]

FX round-up: Sterling drifts Wednesday to make mild gains on dollar, euro

(ShareCast News) - Sterling drifted to a mildly positive performances against the US dollar and euro on Wednesday afternoon, but was otherwise mixed on other key crosses in a shortened week of trading ahead of the Easter break.
[12 Apr '17 18:29]

FX round-up: Sterling 'content' with UK inflation, spikes on Trump tweet at N.Korea

(ShareCast News) - Sterling was stronger on Tuesday after a "content enough" reaction to UK inflation data was followed by a distinct spike higher after tweet action by US President Donald Trump saw US-North Korea tensions heighten.
[11 Apr '17 18:39]

FX round-up: Sterling gains on dollar and euro as all eyes turn to Yellen speech

(ShareCast News) - Sterling strengthened against the US dollar and euro on Monday but remains potentially very sensitive to UK inflation and jobs data out this week, and more immediately to a speech by US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen tonight.
[10 Apr '17 18:34]

FX round-up: Sterling slapped lower on Friday after data disappointment

(ShareCast News) - Sterling was slapped lower on on multiple major crosses on Friday as unimpressed investors sold the UK unit after a trinity of manufacturing, industrial and construction data disappointed this morning.
[7 Apr '17 18:22]

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